cation that any allegations of sex-
ual abuse in this case are valid,"
said Meredith Morrison, case
manager for the NCMEC.
She also noted that no one in
Chana's family has called the
NCMEC to advocate on her be-
half or substantiate her charges.
It would seem, at first glance,
that Chana Rosenberg and her
children would be easy enough to
find. They were, at one time, ob-
servant Jews, which means their
dress would be modest and pre-
sumably they would want to be
among other Orthodox Jews. At
the time of his disappearance,
Zelig had payot and regularly
wore a kippah.
Yet not only does Mr. Rosen-
berg believe his former wife is no
longer observant, but based on
her behavior those last months
he saw her, he fears Chana may
not even be raising the children
"Is she still even Jewish?" he
says. "That's a good question."
Mr. Rosenberg's own life has
changed dramatically since the
disappearance of Chaya and
Zelig. Most Chasidim are not ex-
actly the most public of persons.
But since his former wife left, Mr.
Rosenberg has appeared on "Ger-
aldo" and contacted several oth-
er national television programs
in an effort to gain publicity for
He has since remarried and
has a new baby girl, as well. His
current wife, Tzillah, joins him in
his quest to find his missing chil-
dren. Will they ever be reunited?
Yitzhak Rosenberg will not give
"I have faith in Hashem that
they will be back," he says. ❑
The FBI has issued a war-
rant for Chana Rosenberg's ar-
rest, charging her with unlawful
flight to avoid prosecution. The
National Center for Missing
and Exploited Children has is-
sued the following description
of Chana Rosenberg and her
Chana "Annette" Rosenberg
was born Feb. 7, 1956. She has
brown hair and brown eyes, is
5'9" and weighs 150 pounds.
She has a lump between her
eyes, and goes by the names
Chana Bergen, Channa Cohen,
Channa Bergen and Chana
Zelig Rosenberg would now
be 13 years old. His hair is nat-
urally red and his eyes are blue.
He has a birthmark on his
Chaya Rosenberg is now 9.
She has brown hair and brown
Anyone with information is
asked to call the National Cen-
ter for Missing and Exploited
Children at 1-800-843-5678, or
the Clarkstown, N.Y., Missing
Persons Unit, 1-914-639-2153.
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